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Curriculum

Curriculum

Peek-a-boo Daycare offers early childhood education programs for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and pre-kindergarteners.

We invite you to take a closer look at our classroom environments and curriculum designed for age-appropriate learning to support your child at each stage of their learning journey.

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Infant Daycare

Infants Daycare

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6 weeks – 18 months

Helping you to give your infant the best start in life, our classrooms are safe, loving and nurturing environment that help them as they grow and develop. Positive, responsive and secure relationships are required for healthy attachment and development. By utilizing a flexible routine at Peek-a-Boo infant daycare center, we focus on providing the basic needs of your child, helping them maintain a natural schedule that is similar to your home environment. We recognize that
there is a need for individualized times for parents to stop in during the day to feed or play with your infant.

Parents are welcomed to drop in anytime to share in activities during the day as parents are an infant’s first, best and most important teacher. Our staff are caring, supportive teachers who understand the need for safe steady environment that support your infant’s growing independence. The Infant room environment promotes a healthy sense of self while helping infants connect with others around them. We will support the develop of developing their motor skills by encouraging them to physically explore within an age appropriate activity. Our classroom provide separate spaces for sleeping, meals, and diaper changes. We pride ourselves on providing a safe and healthy environment for our wonderful infants.

Toddlers

Toddlers

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18 months – 3 years

Gaining knowledge and understanding of themselves and the world around them with every new feat, toddlers are eager, active and inquisitive learners of the world around them. We will be by your child’s side to assist them with every experience of daily living. The fun and loving environment will also be a place for socialization for your toddler as well as a climate of trust.

We allow toddlers to explore developmentally appropriate centers on their own. Our teachers are trained to stay on the same level as our toddlers allowing them a unique perspective into the daily movements and play habits. We know the importance of a consistent routine and we have a classroom schedule with predictable times for activities and meals. This allows our toddlers to learn to adjust to transition between activities. From Gross Motor activities outside, to learning the beginning stages of math and science skills, we help ensure that play time is learning time.

Preschool

Preschool

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3 years old

Daycare’s, participate in a structured, weekly themed-based curriculum that is both age and developmentally appropriate. Our goal is to ensure that our curriculum will encourage creativity and learning in every child. Our teachers are trained to work with every child as they grow along their own individual pace.

We want our children to have a cultured curiosity about the world around them. As they learn more about the world, we will also help them to continue their social development, learning a variety of social skills need for future academic success, such as following directions, sharing, thinking of others and asking permission.

Pre-Kindergarten

Pre-Kindergarten

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4 years – 5 years

Daycare’s, participate in a structured, weekly themed-based curriculum that is both age and developmentally appropriate. Our goal is to ensure that our curriculum will encourage creativity and learning in every child. Our teachers are trained to work with every child as they grow along their own individual pace.

We want our children to have a cultured curiosity about the world around them. As they learn more about the world, we will also help them to continue their social development, learning a variety of social skills need for future academic success, such as following directions, sharing, thinking of others and asking permission.